A show addressing one of the most important archives of architectural experiments worldwide: it opens a reflection on the operative value of museums and collections for the contemporary discourse and practice of architecture.
Design: Chevallier Architectes
This cottage was originally a summer residence, like many others in Chamonix, and was therefore not insulated for winter use. No upgrades had been done since its construction approximately 70 years ago.
Design: Hérault Arnod architectes
Electronic music is a new subject for architecture. Most of the times electro nights take place in spaces that were not specially designed for them: clubs or night clubs, warehouses, fields, stadiums.
Design: NBJ Architectes
The restructuration and expansion of the helicopter base for civil security in Nimes Garons is a relatively complex project, under two major constraints.
Design: Tetrarc, architects
A building with lively yellow walls dedicated to young companies developing new digital applications. The building gathers them around a vast swirling atrium, a spatial design favourable to communication and the synergy of projects.
Design: Architecture Patrick Mauger
The aim of the new multimedia library building, built at the same time as the Maison du Temps Libre, is to provide the town with a new boost to its cultural life.
Design: Agence d’architecture Philippe Prost
This striking memorial near Arras commemorates the thousands who died in the region during World War I. Ablain St.-Nazaire French Military Cemetery, is the world’s largest French military cemetery.
The curved façades of these buildings take inspiration from rock formations. The project will add to the renewal of Greater Rennes, with the view of creating a socially united and welcoming riverside community.
Design: Fluor Architecture
The complete renovation of a former private mansion in Arles exactly responded to the Foundation’s desire to bring a contemporary perspective on the work of Vincent van Gogh to life.
Design: Sane Architecture
Cities, configurations and architectural structures have been considered fixed systems, in equilibrium in which the different parts were meant to be coordinated in linking macrostructures – or frameworks according to the rational classical model.